Swaziland set to register Sim cards

Thursday 15 March 2018 | 08:22 CET | News
Swaziland Communications Commission (SCCOM) has announced plans to start Sim card registration, reports the Observer.  Consumers have so far bought prepaid or 'Pay As You Go' cards from retail outlets or from vendors with no paperwork involved. The new compulsory registration requirement will soon be rolled out by the industry regulator.  

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Swaziland Communications Commission
Countries: Eswatini
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